Comics

Professor Elm in Pokémon

Professor Elm was Professor Oak’s top student. He studies Pokémon abilities and specialises in Pokémon breeding (and is credited with the discovery of Pokémon eggs). Elm is a known scatterbrain who, when working, forgets to eat. He often gets so focused on his studies that he becomes completely oblivious to his surroundings.

Professor Birch in Pokémon

Professor Birch is the stoutly Pokémon professor for the Hoenn Region. He is more outgoing than the other professors and often takes his research with him outdoors, hence those really cool sandals. Birch’s research specialisation is Pokémon behaviour in the wild.

Quatre Raberba Winner in Mobile Suit Gundam Wing

Quatre is the pilot of Sandrock and leader of “G Team.” Along with the four other members: Heero Yuy (Wing Gundam), Duo Maxwell (Deathscythe), Trowa Barton (Heavyarms) and Chang Wufei (Shenlong), he is sent to Earth as part of a plan to take revenge on the OZ military corporation. Quatre believes in the idea of pacifism and is often reluctant to kill an enemy. He is kind and humble, as well as being the best dressed of the group.

Ginko from Mushi-shi

Ginko from Mushi-shi

Ginko, whose real name is Yoki, is the main character of the manga and anime series Mushi-shi, who is followed throughout the series solving mushi cases. He rarely comes back to the same show location more than once, to reinforce his ‘wanderer’ status.

Bombshell Cheetah

DC Bombshells is an alternate reality where female superheroes guard the homefront during WWII. In this reality, Cheetah is an archaeologist, adventurer, and hunter during the Spanish Civil War, and is eventually recruited by the German army.

Bombshell Hawkgirl

DC Bombshells is an alternate reality where female superheroes guard the homefront during WWII. In this reality, Hawkgirl is a mechanical engineer for the German army.

Lust

Dark, mysterious, and seductive, Lust (Laura Bailey / Kikuko Inoue) is a homunculus named after one of the seven deadly sins. In the Fullmetal Alchemist franchise, she is a major antagonist and enemy of Edward (Vic Mignogna / Romi Park) and Alphonse Elric (Maxey Whitehead / Rie Kugimiya). Lust is the only female homunculus and (in the manga/Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood) serves as the leader until she is destroyed by Roy Mustang (Travis Willingham / Shinichiro Miki). Her homunculus mark is located on her chest as reference to her particular sin.

The Question

The Question

The Question is Vic Sage, vigilante protector of Hub City. He is a great martial artist and detective, an investigative reporter in his civilian identity. The mask he wears to disguise his face is made of an experimental material called pseudoderm.

Near from Death Note

The younger and more gifted of L’s successors, Near (Noriko Hidaka / Cathy Weseluck) is characterized by his eerie monochromatic appearance in the Death Note manga. In the anime, his outfit is near the same except for the color of his baggy pajama pants. Despite his genius intellect, he is both childish in his looks and in his mannerisms.

Bombshell Starfire

In the DC Bombshells universe, Starfire is a burlesque dancer, fire dancer, and member of Red Hood and the Outlaws. She performs in the circus and her costume is reminiscent of the burlesque dancers of the 1940’s.